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            Communities

            MLA Member Communities

            MLA communitites support sharing and communication through tools like member forums, document sharing, and blogs and wikis. 

            Also visit MLA's social media accounts for news about our activities and to interact with other health sciences librarians.

            Community Leaders should familiarize themselves with MLA's structure, organization, and program areas.

            • Leaders Orientation
            • General Information on MLA
            • File Libraries
            • Annual Reports

            Caucuses

            MLA caucuses are groups of members who coalesce around major themes of long-term concern to the membership, such as library specialties or medical librarian activities and services. Caucuses may also coalesce around specialized or topical themes of concern. Caucus members share information with each other and the general membership in order to educate, strategize, and further the aims of the Association.

            MLA caucuses offer diverse opportunities for getting involved in the specific topics you are interested in. Caucuses may offer:

            MLA members may join one or more of the 42 caucuses of the association. See the list of our caucuses and their descriptions.

            Community Council provides oversight and guidance in how MLA's caucuses are created, organized, and governed

                Committees

                MLA committees offer leadership and professional development opportunities and perform a wide variety of functions within MLA. All MLA members are encouraged to apply for committees. 

                Chapters and Other Organizations

                • Chapters are geographic groups affiliated with MLA. Chapters offer regional meetings, continuing education opportunities, newsletters, and networking.
                • Chapter Council promotes interchange among chapters and among sections and chapters and provides an opportunity for chapters to participate more directly in the governance of the Association through representation of their interests at the Board level. 

                Allied Groups: A comprehensive list of other organizations that share our goals.